The ISPadmin system fully supports the Internet working over cable television distributions and facilitates the installation process to end clients.
The most commonly used headend types
CISCO, ARRIS and Motorola using DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3 are compatible.
The ISPadmin system automatically reads current data via SNMP from all cable modems that are online and therefore available for the system. The information acquired, such as the name of the user who is connected through the modem, the MAC modem address, IP address, manufacturer, firmware, DOCSIS version that is supported, is then shown in the system to the network administrator. All the data can also be easily sorted out to be displayed according to the column name in the table header.
| The system provides
- Records of client modems
- Automatic generation of configuration files for modems
- Monitoring of back channels to the headend, including detailed information
(SNR, frequency, channel bandwidth, modulation, transmission output, the number of users connected)
- Complete monitoring of all clients´ modems connected (SNR and transmission output)
- Signal monitoring
- Monitoring of pipeline amplifiers
- Setting frequency, channel bandwidth and transmission output for Upstream
- Detailed statistics of modems and creating graphs from the data read
- Detailed records of CATV connections
- Graphic displays of packing in individual connections
- Defining templates of configuration modem files for data communication and VoIP
- Automatic generation of the SIP configuration for the VoIP part of modem
- Ability to create templates for modems and SIP
When a new end client is added, he can be assigned the headend and the amplifier that he is connected to. This amplifier is used to define the structure of pipeline amplifiers physically located in the cable network. The clients can be sorted in the user list according to the amplifiers set. With a click on the amplifier name you can get graphs of SNR modems of all the users who have this amplifier set. If a client gets for example a SNR drop, it is immediately apparent in the display of all clients at the same amplifier that the problem is only with the client or on the pipeline amplifier, when SNR drops at all clients.